Tom speaks at the 1st Dutch Pupillometry Symposium

Thomas Hawkins, an MSc by Research student in the lab, gave a talk at the 1st Dutch Pupillometry Symposium today. He presented a computational model of pseudo-neglect as an attentional gradient over the horizontal plane that fades out over time. The model managed to capture individual differences in spatial bias, but also in when and at what rate participants’ alertness fades during a task.

Thomas Hawkins presenting at the Dutch Pupillometry Symposium

The model takes inspiration from work by Paul Bays and colleagues (Bays et al., 2010), and was fitted on data published by Christoph Strauch and Teuni ten Brink and colleagues (Strauch et al., 2022).

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